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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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stability

   Part, Question
1 1, 5 | weight gives it rest and ~stability." Therefore the essence 2 1, 22 | Therefore He assigns the ~stability of necessity to things provided.~ 3 1, 64 | beatitude, ~because everlasting stability is of the very nature of 4 1, 65 | beatitude, ~because everlasting stability is of the very nature of 5 1, 101 | with the highest degree of stability. Thus the abode of beatitude ~ 6 1, 102 | be so directed, but has ~stability in itself. Therefore it 7 2, 2 | Reply OBJ 3: Fame has no stability; in fact, it is easily ruined 8 2, 89 | there was an ~unerring stability of order, so that the lower 9 2, 93 | providence: for instance, the ~stability of incorporeal substances 10 2, 21 | sake of insuring a greater stability, especially since the natural 11 2, 68 | Trinity wherein is perpetual stability of ~truth."~Aquin.: SMT 12 2, 86 | has ~apparently greater stability than that which proceeds 13 2, 87 | stable, ~but because greater stability results from "two immutable 14 2, 87 | the mind gives a vow its stability, on the ~part of the person 15 2, 87 | has a greater cause of ~stability on the part of God, to Whom 16 2, 102 | their superiors, else the stability of human affairs would cease. 17 2, 126 | constancy, forbearance, stability." Andronicus also reckons 18 2, 170 | prophecy is necessary for the stability of the human race. Now " 19 2, 181 | a matter is said to have stability ~[statum] in reference to 20 3, 72 | but also for growth and stability in ~righteousness. And thus 21 Suppl, 52| But in things which have stability ~it is possible to have 22 Suppl, 59| source ~it derives perfect stability, inasmuch as it signifies 23 Suppl, 81| takes nothing away from the stability of the ~soul that is established


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